Go Behind The Scenes At Daft Punk’s Grammys Performance

Written by on 28 January 2014

Last night after Daft Punk’s generally well-received performance along with Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers, and Stevie Wonder at the 2014 Grammys, Hollywood prop-specialist Jim Logiudice posted some photos of the robot duo’s set up that was designed by Daft Arts.

Here’s what he said about the images: “Here’s the set we built for Daft Punk’s Grammy performance tonight. This mid-century modern style set was designed by Daft Arts. Check out the old school audio equipment integrated into the set. Very cool. The recording booth is patterned after the “Mother” space craft control room from the movie Alien. The robots gold mirror mixing console actually worked and was played live.”

Daft Punk took home five awards at The Grammys: album of the year, best dance/electronica album, best engineered album, record of the year, and best pop duo/group performance. The Grammys marked Daft Punk’s second-ever televised performance.


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